FIV or Feline Immunodeficiency Virus is a viral disease that affects cats exclusively.
When the cat gets infected, it may take up to several years for the first clinical signs to develop.
The virus is classified as slow acting but it gradually weakens the immune system and makes the infected cat more prone to other infections and diseases. This virus is the feline equivalent of the human HIV virus.
On the infographic below you can find some quick info about the virus, how it affects the cat and how to take care for an infected one.
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